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CV, British Language Graduate targeting marketing, translation role

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 19355

List top 5 skills: copywriting, customer service, marketing, photoshop, translation
Short Bio:

Native English speaker | BA French & German - graduated 2013 | Experience in translation, marketing, customer service and administration | Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Adobe Photoshop | Creative, logical, flexible and willing to relocate

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

English

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Marketing, Travel and Tourism, education and training

Spoken languages: 

english, french, german

Locations I am interested in working:

austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Sweden, switzerland

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Sweden, switzerland, United Kingdom



Employment

Informa Life Sciences, London

November 2014 – present: Trainee Marketing Manager

I have recently been promoted from Marketing Assistant to Trainee Marketing Manager. In addition to the responsibilities detailed below, I am now taking ownership of medical events within the Medical Devices, Manufacturing and Regulatory sectors. I am responsible for analysing past KPIs in order to plan and implement a successful marketing campaign for each event, working with producers to compose marketing emails and mailings, liaising with external organisations to establish media partnerships and maintaining the event websites.

May – November 2014: Marketing Assistant

In this role I have been supporting a team of Marketing Managers in the Life Sciences conference division, assisting with composing email campaigns using the in-house system, generating research data and creating personalised marketing packs for sponsors and exhibitors (editing brochures in Photoshop, creating static and animated banners, composing personalised emails and landing pages). I have also been responsible for managing event websites and taking ownership of my own creative projects, such as creating a guide for delegates, which will be printed and used across the division.

Better Staff Recruitment, Sidcup, Kent

January – May 2014: Marketing Administrator (Temporary role)

In this role I was responsible for managing the company’s marketing activity and using social media to promote their online profile, regularly utilising Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. I composed weekly newsletters to be sent to our client base and created blogs on a regular basis for the company website. Administrative duties included managing the diary and arranging registration appointments with candidates via telephone and email, as well as processing job applications and assessing applicants’ suitability for advertised vacancies. This was a small but busy office and I was therefore required to take an extremely hands-on approach, juggling many tasks at once and assisting wherever needed.

Temporary agency work:

1st-24th December 2013

• Baily Garner LLP (Architect Firm in Eltham, London) – Reception duty

• Guildmore (Construction company, Bromley) – Administrative support

Westminster Adult Education Services, London

September-December 2013: MIS & Examinations Assistant

This was an extremely fast-paced role in the busy Exams Department of an Adult Education college. In this dual-function role, I was responsible for supporting both the Examinations Officer and the MIS Team. Day-to-day duties included managing room bookings for teachers and staff, marking e-registers, amending learning aims using EBS Client and Microsoft Excel, as well as processing new user requests. I was also responsible for managing online payments using Netbanx, and corresponding with students in writing, over the phone and face-to-face. I was employed to work through a backlog of certificates, processing them using MS Access, as well as liaising with external awarding bodies and inputting exam results using EBS. I quickly familiarised myself with the programmes and processes used by the department and worked through the entire backlog of certificates efficiently, independently and accurately.

Oneworld Publications, London

August-September 2013: Unpaid Editorial Internship

This was an unpaid internship that I took on after graduating in order to gain experience in the publishing industry. I was responsible for meeting and greeting guests (authors and agents), proofreading manuscripts, arranging couriers and managing post, as well as drafting press releases for upcoming publications, researching potential book reviewers, writing synopses (maintaining tone and style) and reading and reviewing fiction submissions.

Employment whilst in full-time education

001 Translation, Montpellier, France

March-July 2012: Translation Intern

My third year of university consisted of a year abroad. My second work placement was with a busy translation company in the south of France, a placement which I arranged myself. I was responsible for the translation of legal documents (driving licences, birth/death certificates, etc.) and occasionally commercial documents from French into English. I was also trained to proofread translations, and managed multiple projects simultaneously whilst ensuring that deadlines were met. I continued to translate remotely for the same company on a freelance basis for 5 months after the official work placement ended.

KEKS e.V Children’s Charity, Stuttgart, Germany

August – December 2011: Office Assistant

This was the first work placement of my year abroad. Duties included maintaining the database, registering new members, handling telephone queries (spoken German), carrying out internet research into fundraising initiatives and presenting findings in MS Excel, distributing marketing material and assisting with a workshop offering support to families.

The following roles were in order to support myself whilst in education:

June-August 2011: Seasonal Café Employee – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London

June-September 2010: Seasonal Café Employee – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London

November 2009-June 2010: Part-time Sales Assistant – The Cooperative, Sheffield

November 2008-September 2009: Part-time Sales Advisor, Cosmetics – Debenhams, Eltham, London

August 2007-November 2008: Part-time Sales Assistant – J.Ayre’s Bakery, Sidcup, Kent